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Old October 8th, 2005, 01:37 PM
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Matthew Michaels
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Rear A/C

I searched and searched the forum, so if some smart-a** finds the thread talking about this I'll buy them some Guiness . . .

Is the "rear" A/C unit that mounts up by the headliner any good? I have been considering one to keep my kids from cooking in the back of the Station Wagon here in Houston (they really do sweat out their clothes).

Let me know if anyone has any information on these things . . . My other plan was rigging up a totally custom A/C that will freeze out the entire interior (I was thinking along the lines of Red Dot) . . .

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Old October 8th, 2005, 02:15 PM
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Red Dot units are great but big $$$. I know Rovers Downsouth was selling a rear A/C unit for right aroung $1000 if I remember right. If $$ is no object go with the Red Dot. Sorry I cant help you.
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